HELEN GREETHAM is a writer, artist and educator who engages readers with a clean illustrative style, sharp writing and sense of fun. She studied archaeology at university before doing a research degree, recreating long-lost buildings using 3D modelling. Her love of the material culture of the past often finds its way into her work. After all, chances are people have been making sequential images as long as they’ve been making art! Helen has been commissioned to create comics and graphic novels for various museums and educational charities, including science education comic ATHENA AND THE TORTOISE for an EU research project and WHAT I KNEW OF MY AUNT for Wirksworth Heritage Centre. She is the writer and artist for the Council for British Archaeology’s GREAT BRITISH ARCHAEOLOGY COMIC BOOK. Helen resides in Birmingham, England.